Source: Food Navigator LATAM (5 Dec 2019)
CIMMYT study in Mexico shows consumers are willing to pay higher prices for blue maize tortillas.
Science offers opportunity to curb greenhouse gas emissions related to agriculture and meet climate goals.
Recognized for most-cited works worldwide on Web of Science Group’s list of Highly Cited Researchers.
The 2019 Borlaug Dialogue explored solutions to feed the planet sustainably in the face of conflict and climate change.
Mexico’s agriculture secretary calls for an integrated approach to reach the Sustainable Development Goals
Villalobos highlights the importance of improving food systems and agriculture to fight violence and forced migration.
Study gives insight into Mexican consumers’ preferences and demand for blue maize tortillas.
CIMMYT scientists engage to preserve the Jala maize landrace, famous for producing the longest maize ears in the world.
UN-sponsored report acknowledges CIMMYT’s use of data and technologies to promote sustainable farming in Latin America
CIMMYT’s work featured on the Counting on the World to Act report, produced by SDSN and TReNDS.
Bottlenecks between basic and applied plant science jeopardize life-saving crop improvements.
Extensive use of wild grass-derived “synthetic hexaploid wheat” adds diversity and resilience to modern bread wheat
New study shows that improved bread wheat varieties obtained from crosses of durum wheat and goat grass are helping to ensure the crop’s future.
He was instrumental in preparing and distributing nursery results, which are still used by breeders.
ProMaíz Nativo will promote small-scale landrace maize farmers through certification and fair market access.
Transition to sustainable farming using concepts from ancestral food production systems leads to healthier soils and diets in Mexico.